The incidence and significance of iron-containing granules in human erythrocytes and their precursors.

@article{Douglas1953TheIA,
  title={The incidence and significance of iron-containing granules in human erythrocytes and their precursors.},
  author={A. Starr Douglas and John V. Sir Dacie},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1953},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={
          307-13
        }
}
  • A. Starr Douglas, John V. Sir Dacie
  • Published in Journal of clinical pathology 1953
  • Medicine
  • " siderocyte " to describe erythrocytes containing small granules readily demonstrable by means of Perls's (Prussian blue) reaction. He found these cells in small numbers in the blood of normal rat, mouse, and human embryos (Gruneberg, 1941a and b), and later (Gruneberg, 1942) in large numbers in the blood of mice suffering from congenital anaemia. Doniach, Gruneberg, and Pearson (1943) described the occurrence of siderocytes in adult human blood. They found 15% of siderocytes in a patient with… CONTINUE READING

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